Meaning of "pull figure" in the context of scientific papers?
I read Andrej Karpathy's [*A Survival Guide to a PhD*](http://karpathy.github.io/2016/09/07/phd/) and in the section titled “Get the gestalt right” he writes (about scientific papers):> Your papers, as you become a more senior researcher take on a characteristic look. An introduction of ~1 page. A ~1 page related work section with a good density of citations - not too sparse but not too crowded. A well-designed **pull figure** (on page 1 or 2) and system figure (on page 3) that were not made in MS PaintI haven't hear the term pull figure before, and can't find a satisfying explanation online.
The way i've always understood this is that it's a graph/image/quote that's taken/pulled out of original context in order to grab attention and summarize main points. I think it's mainly to avoid a mass of text on one page. I could be mistaken, but this is how i've heard people discuss it.